A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 – fr

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A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 – fr



The latest COVID-19 immunization figures in Canada at 10:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 12, 2021. In Canada, provinces are reporting 306,680 new vaccinations administered for a total of 16,904,612 doses administered.

The latest COVID-19 immunization figures in Canada at 10:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 12, 2021.

In Canada, provinces report 306,680 new vaccines administered for a total of 16,904,612 doses administered. Nationwide, 1,308,238 people, or 3.5% of the population, have been fully immunized. The provinces administered doses at a rate of 44,604,049 per 100,000 people.

To date, 97,132 new vaccines have been delivered to provinces and territories, for a total of 19,950,284 doses. The provinces and territories used 84.73% of their available vaccine stock.

Please note that Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Territories generally do not report on a daily basis.

Newfoundland and Labrador reported 25,474 new vaccines administered in the past seven days, for a total of 213,678 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 408.07 per 1,000. In the province, 1.85% (9,686) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Newfoundland and Labrador for a total of 269,650 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 51% of its population. The province used 79.24 percent of its available vaccine supply.

Prince Edward Island reports 7,513 new vaccines administered in the past seven days for a total of 63,617 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 401.043 per 1,000. In the province, 6.90% (10,946) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Prince Edward Island for a total of 84,915 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 54% of its population. The province used 74.92% of its available vaccine supply.

Nova Scotia reports 52,908 new vaccines administered in the past seven days for a total of 387,683 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 397.258 per 1,000. In the province, 3.91% (38,152) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Nova Scotia for a total of 498,490 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 51% of its population. The province used 77.77% of its available vaccine supply.

New Brunswick reported 39,239 new vaccines administered in the past seven days, for a total of 318,498 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 408.31 per 1,000. In the province, 3.96% (30,889) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to New Brunswick for a total of 415,935 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 53% of its population. The province used 76.57% of its available vaccine supply.

Quebec reports 34,391 new vaccines administered for a total of 3,918,884 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 457,993 per 1,000. There have been 24,592 new vaccines delivered to Quebec for a total of 4,578,079 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 54% of its population. The province used 85.6% of its available vaccine supply.

Ontario reports 140,785 new vaccines administered for a total of 6,491,666 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 441.938 per 1,000. In the province, 2.74% (402,258) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Ontario for a total of 7,832,125 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 53% of its population. The province used 82.89% of its available vaccine supply.

Manitoba reports 15,473 new vaccines administered for a total of 591,497 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 429.554 per 1,000. In the province, 5.67% (78,027) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Manitoba for a total of 686,160 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 50% of its population. The province used 86.2% of its available vaccine supply.

Saskatchewan reports 6,737 new vaccines administered for a total of 537,044 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 455.449 per 1,000. In the province, 3.97% (46,770) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Saskatchewan for a total of 573,935 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 49% of its population. The province used 93.57% of its available vaccine supply.

Alberta reports 28,337 new vaccines administered for a total of 1,975,341 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 448.733 per 1,000. In the province, 7.29% (320,751) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Alberta for a total of 2,118,915 doses delivered to date. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 48% of its population. The province used 93.22% of its available vaccine supply.

British Columbia reports 57,462 new vaccines administered for a total of 2,277,318 doses administered. The province administered doses at a rate of 443.785 per 1,000. In the province, 2.25% (115,295) of the population were fully immunized. So far, 72,540 new vaccines have been delivered to British Columbia, for a total of 2,729,960 doses. The province has received enough vaccine to deliver a single dose to 53% of its population. The province used 83.42% of its available vaccine supply.

Yukon reports 434 new vaccines administered for a total of 50,270 doses administered. The territory administered doses of 1,204.62 per 1,000. In the territory, 56.29% (23,492) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to the Yukon for a total of 57,020 doses delivered to date. The territory has received enough vaccine to administer a single dose to 140% of its population. The territory used 88.16% of its available vaccine supply.

The Northwest Territories reported no new vaccinations administered for a total of 49,811 doses administered. The territory administered doses at a rate of 1,103,992 per 1,000. In the territory, 49.87% (22,501) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to the Northwest Territories for a total of 60,000 doses delivered to date. The territory has received enough vaccine to administer a single dose to 130% of its population. The territory used 83.02% of its available vaccine supply.

Nunavut reports -97 new vaccinations administered for a total of 29,305 doses administered. The territory administered doses at a rate of 756.727 per 1,000. In the territory, 33.26% (12,879) of the population were fully immunized. No new vaccine has been delivered to Nunavut for a total of 45,100 doses delivered to date. The territory has received enough vaccine to administer a single dose to 120% of its population. The territory used 64.98% of its available vaccine supply.

* Data Notes: Figures are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Working Group based on the latest publicly available data and are subject to change. Note that some provinces report weekly, while others report the same day or the previous day’s numbers. The vaccine doses given do not match the number of people inoculated because approved vaccines require two doses per person. Vaccines are currently not given to children under the age of 18 and those with certain health problems. In some cases, the number of doses administered may appear to exceed the number of doses dispensed, as some provinces have taken additional doses per vial.

This report was automatically generated by the digital data bureau of The Canadian Press and was first published on May 12, 2021.

The Canadian Press

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